Monday, November 3rd, 2003
For some reason I have the urge to find out once and for all the recipe for Who Hash. I feel that I need some of this. I wonder if it’s related to the conventional corned beef variety.
Well, I tried, but you’ll have to find a reader who knows what the hell you’re talking about because I didn’t and don’t. Polite efforts to help and please the GLH caused me to enter Who Hash into a search engine and led me into some strange worlds out there.
Okay, I give up. I know corned beef hash, regular beef hash, and hashish. Maybe there’s a generation gap here, but what exactly is Who Hash? A mix of people types? Pleeeeeeeze?!?!?!?
I have never heard of “Who Hash”.. Perhaps someone got the spelling wrong….
I only know about regular Hash..with potatoes, beef, etc…
*A Mayde in her own little woode
Geez, don’t you guys remember The Grinch who Stole Christmas: Who pudding, Roast Beast, and Who Hash.
Sumbitch. Dr. Seuss crossed my mind but who would have tied you into Dr. Seuss at first glance without looking into a deeper darker meaning first?
I’m rolling on the floor and I’m laughing my head off. I hope you’re having a good little time.
Alas, after googling in as many different ways as I can come up with, I am at a loss.
After thinking about it for quite some time however, it seems that Seuss was a bit more sadistic that we realize. After all, if Corned Beef Hash is made from Corned Beef, and Roast Beef Hash is made from Roast Beef, than by simple conjecture we arrive at the horrible truth! Who Hash is made from Whos!
Unless of course you hate the cheerful little bastards and want to see them all pressed into tiny little cans on the shelves of the grocery store in Grinchtown.
I confess…I was never into the “Grinch” at Christmas time..hence by bewilderment at “Who Hash”….
I guess I was spending too much time on those Charlie Brown and Rudolph Christmas Specials…
Rudolph still holds his magic..lo’ these many years later….:)
*A Mayde in her own little woode….
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